BioInvent CEO On Pfizer Immunotherapy Alliance
Three years after setting out to turnaround BioInvent, company president & CEO Michael Oredsson explains how the company is developing its immunotherapy offering. With tumor associated myeloid cells, BioInvent secured a deal with Pfizer at the end of 2016, while it intends to go it alone with its regulatory T-cell approach.
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